Architecture: cityville at cityplace by jhp [donna's turf anew]


Until most recently I have had the grateful opportunity to join full-time at a renowned architecture firm in Dallas - JHP [Architecture+Urban Design]. It has been a full two weeks and I am really enjoying being back in my most familiar architectural environment. Incidentally, my best friend's new apartment was one of the projects by JHP and I just couldn't miss the opportunity to share not only the interior decor but also the architectural design. 

The first image is the front curved facade which houses the leasing.  Notice the balconies spread out along the right elevation in the second image. It is angled to face the skyline of Dallas.
A more clear shot of the front. The left side takes you into the parking garages to get into the units. 

Glazed blue balconies wrap the other side of the front building. 

A view from the inside of the light filled parking garage.  
The Dallas skyline in the distance.


Glazed galore.

Cool concrete exit stairs by the garage.

 Let's move onto the interiors.....

A very cozy yet clutter free light filled living room.

Sneak peaks inside her closet.

Wonderful use of linen shelves inside the washroom.

Soft minty colors keep the bedroom relaxed. And a beautiful structured headboard gives definition to the bed. 

Abundance of space in the kitchen even though it is a single bedroom unit.

Notice how simple Ikea bookshelves can be transformed to dwell with individual styles. 

Beautiful nesting of various objects.

Set up your own bar area!

A modern use of traditional mantlepiece.

Simple accessories balance out a characterful chesterfield.

Beautiful and elegant patterns mixed - not matched. 

Table setup for afternoon tea delight!


Cupcakes from Trailer Cakes!

Warm colors on stucco courtyard.

Let's end this post with relaxing views of one of the multiple pools in the complex.


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